If you're going to give up one vice, you've got the space to indulge in another. Head to Tooting where The Big London Bake will having you crafting - and eating - your own signature creations to pit against other bakers.
Dry January In London
Some of us do it to improve our health and well-being, some of us revel in the challenge, and for some of us, after the silly season we've had, even the thought of alcohol is enough to bring on the dry heaves - whatever your reason for going dry this January, London is here to make it a little easier for you. From fitness classes and booze-free days out to some of the finest alcohol-free cocktails in town, we've rounded up all the spots to hit if you're looking for a fun start to the new year while staying off the sauce.
Last updated on 24th November 2023
Offering a fantastic range of low ABV and alcohol-free cocktails, Old Street's Nightjar is a top spot for your dry January date nights. With their mix of sleek and relaxed interiors, live music nights and delicious drinks, they're the perfect place for a night out without the morning-after effects.
Without the Saturday hangover to hold you back, your weekend mornings are about to get super productive. Try out this fun and energising yoga and Gong bath session in Stoke Newington for an excercise class that will leave you relaxed and focused all day long.
Scout your way around an immersive wonderland, gather gold, and befriend, bribe and blackmail characters as you solve clues and puzzles on the hunt for the fabled caterpillar in this quirky escape room experience.
If you're not ready to go totally dry this January, The Book Club and Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen are offering a menu of low ABV cocktails ideal aimed at those looking to cut back on the booze while keeping the post-Christmas festivities going.
If you're doing dry January and fancy treating yourself, then why not head to Montague on the Gardens Hotel for tiny pastries and crumbly scones as they're offering 25% off. Sip on a warm brew and tuck into egg mayo and smoked salmon with horseradish sarnies. Mmmm.